Hoi An Travel


Lady Thien Hau ceremony

This festival is organised in Phuc Kien and Ngu Bang club house by Chinese people living in Hoi An on lunar March 23rd every year, to worship the goddess who save ships and boats in danger at sea.

Lady Thu Bon festival

It is a traditional festival of ancient Champa people that is inherited & kept till nowadays. This festival falls on lunar February 12th in Lady Thu Bon’s Palace in Duy Tan commune, Duy Xuyen dist...

Co Cho Duoc Procession

Vehicle procession festival takes place in Duoc market, Binh Trieu ward, Thang Binh province, attaches to the legend of Ms Nguyen Thi Cua.

Covered bridge

Since its building, Chua Cau (the Japanese covered Bridge) has remained deeply and unchangeably in the sub conscience of Hoi An people thanks to its sole uniqueness. Consisting of two different...

Japanese Covered Bridge

This bridge is one of the symbols of Hoi An. Despite its name, the bridge is not built in Japanese style, and in fact there are very few covered bridges in Japan.

Cantonese Assembly Hall

Cantonese Assembly hall was built in 1885 by the overseas Chinese of the Cantonese Chinese colony for worshing Thien Hau Holy Mother, Confucius, and then, Quan Kung and ancestors. Thanks to the unique...

The All - Chinese Assembly Hall

This Chinese style building was constructed in 1741 through the co-operation of traders from 5 Chinese regions, Fukien, Trieu Chau, Quong Dong, Hai Nam, and Gia Ung. It faces the river as is...

The Fukien Assembly Hall

The Fukien Assembly Hall is the typical architectural hall in Hoi An. This Assembly Hall was founded as the Kimuson temple in 1697. Later, in1792, it was transformed into the Fukien Assembly Hall.

The Chao Chou Assembly Hall

Chao Chou Assembly Hall was built in 1845 by the overseas Chinese of the Chao Chou Chinese colony for worshiping the god of wind and wave control who support the trading on the sea smoothly. This...